Coastal announces new company president

  • Tuesday, November 26, 2019 1:36pm
  • Business

Coastal Farm and Ranch has announced that its chief operating officer, Lori McKinnon, has been named president of the company.

“Lori’s day-to-day leadership and management of the company has allowed for growth that has made Coastal an omni-channel brand,” said Buzz Wheeler, CEO of Coastal. “Coastal is looking forward to an exciting future as we continue to grow under Lori’s leadership as president.”

McKinnon has been with Coastal for 25 years and was promoted to COO in February 2018. Wheeler will remain CEO of the company.

Coastal is a farm and ranch retailer with 17 locations throughout Washington and Oregon including Auburn, Mount Vernon, Marysville, Sequim, Wenatchee and Yakima.

More in Business

CEVA Logistics to lay off 13 workers

CEVA Logistics, a logistics and freight management solutions provider in Auburn, is… Continue reading

Decal promotes local businesses

Sharp eyes out and about Auburn in the coming days and weeks… Continue reading

3No Networking returns to Mod Pizza on Dec. 5

Business leaders and guests are invited to a 3No Networking mixer at… Continue reading

Coastal announces new company president

Coastal Farm and Ranch has announced that its chief operating officer, Lori… Continue reading

Gift of Peace campaign: Jacksons Food Stores call on the community to help end domestic violence

During this season of giving, now through Dec. 25, Jacksons Food Stores… Continue reading

Leadership Institute of South Puget Sound now accepting applications

The Leadership Institute of South Puget Sound is looking for emerging leaders.… Continue reading

Auburn welcomes Edward Don & Company, a nationwide distributor of food service equipment and supplies. COURTESY PHOTO
Edward Don & Company opens new distribution center in Auburn

Plans for new facility began after company acquired Kent-based Smith & Greene

Proposed developer faces year-end deadline

Inland Group LLC has big plans for the old Valley 6 Outdoor Theater site, but must begin work before 2019 ends or lose critical financial help

Time to “fall back” by setting clocks back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 3.
Fall back and save energy

PSE offers tips for the end of daylight saving time

Orion Industries receives 2019 Community Impact Award

Seattle Business Magazine recognizes Auburn nonprofit